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Mathematics in the Sciences (MiS).


Prof. Ugur Abdulla  Analysis and Partial Differential Equations Unit

Professor Ugur Abdulla received Ph.D. in Mathematics from Soviet Union Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Physical & Mathematical Sciences degree from High Attestation Comission of the Azerbaijan Republic, Habilitation Doctor degree in Mathematics from Saxon Ministry of Art and Sciences in Germany. He was a Royal Society Research Professor at the University of Nottingham in England, Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at the Universities of Paderborn, Bremen and Bonn in Germany, and Max-Planck Research Fellow at the Max-Planck Institute for Mathematics in Natural Sciences in Leipzig , Germany. Prior joining OIST, he was a Professor of Mathematics at the Florida Institute of Technology, United States in 2004-2022. Professor Abdulla is an expert on Partial Differential Equations, Potential Theory, Calculus of Variations & Optimal Control, and Mathematical Biosciences with 62 scholarly publications. He solved an outstanding open problem posed by Kolmogorov in 1928, and proved the Wiener-type criterion at infinity for the second-order elliptic and parabolic PDEs.

On the asymptotics of nonlinear hyperbolic systems with critical exponents and boundary dissipation


Speaker: Dr. Jose Henrique Rodrigues, University of Memphis, USA